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Where is the farm located?
Heritage Valley Tree Farm is located west of
St. Louis in rural Washington, Missouri.
Click here for directions.

When are you open for Christmas Tree sales?

The day after Thanksgiving, then SATURDAYS and SUNDAYS ONLY. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closing for the 2017 season on December 17th.


What kind of choose and cut Christmas trees do you sell and how much are they?


CANAAN FIR - Choose and Cut
Size range: 5 to 8 feet tall
$9.25/foot

WHITE PINE - Choose and Cut
Size range: 5 to 8 feet tall
$7.50/foot

NORWAY SPRUCE
- Choose and Cut
Size range: 5 to 8 feet tall
$9.00/foot
Because needle retention for a cut Norway Spruce is fair, our Norway Spruce can ONLY be harvested after December 1st.

What kind of PRE-CUT Christmas trees do you sell?
FRASER FIR
Size range:
7 to 10 feet tall - $10.00/foot
12 feet tall (limited selection) - $150.00 each

How do I know if a Christmas tree is for sale?
All trees for sale are tagged with the height and price.

Do you sell tree removal/disposal bags? If so, how much are they?
Yes, $2.00 each.

Are pets allowed?
Please no pets. Our free range chickens don't get along with 4-legged friends.

Do you have a restroom?

Modern restrooms are available for your convenience.


How do I care for my Christmas tree?
Caring for your real Christmas tree is easy! The most important things to remember are WATER and LOCATION. Trees are very thirsty. A fresh cut tree can consume up to ONE GALLON of water a day. Use a water-bearing stand with a minimum one-gallon water capacity. Check the stand twice a day, supplying fresh water as needed.

Ready to decorate today?

Before placing your tree in it’s stand, make a 1/2” - 1" fresh cut off the trunk base. This removes any wood that may have started to seal with sap and allows the tree to better take up water. Immediately place your tree in the stand and fill with fresh water. Keep in mind, if you allow the water level to drop below the fresh cut, sap will form a seal over the trunk, unabling the tree to take up any more water.

Pick a location in your home where your tree can be showcased away from ALL heat sources such as fireplaces, radiators and heat registers.

Waiting to decorate?
Make a 1/2” - 1" fresh cut off the base of the trunk and immediately place in a bucket of water. Store your tree protected from the sun and wind. When ready to bring into your home, follow the instructions above, making sure to make another fresh cut.

Should I add aspirin, fertilizer or other things to the water to make the tree last longer?
No, research has shown that plain tap water is best.

Can a professional photographer take our family photo at your farm?
We do not accommodate professional photographers who wish to schedule private photo sessions.

Do you host private outings or weddings?

No, we do not offer private outings or weddings.

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1668 Four Mile Road, Washington, Missouri 63090
Phone: 636-239-7479   E-mail: hv@yhti.net   Website: heritagevalleytreefarm.com
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